Grilling isn’t just about food. It’s about communion, taking it slow and connecting with friends old and new. Then again, a perfectly charred sirloin or a savory steak sauce are both good reasons to gather around the fire. Here’s your guide to doing it right.
For a Perfectly Charred Steak, Cook Directly on Charcoal
Commonly referred to as the “Eisenhower” method, cooking meat direct to charcoal gives it a delicious earthiness. Not to mention a perfect crust.
Your Guide to Charcoal Grills
For an analog grilling experience that allows total control, go with charcoal.
How to Make the Last Steak Sauce You’ll Ever Need
There’s something profound, maybe even a little magical, about a good steak sauce. And chimichurri is the king of them all.
It’s Time to Buy a Better Steak Knife
Take a long, hard look at your set of steak knives. Time to upgrade?
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3 Easy-to-Make Alternatives to the Classic Hamburger
Three acclaimed chefs each make alternatives to the classic beef hamburger.
3 Vegetable Sides to Complement Your Steak
What’s a steak without the supporting cast?
Kielbasa, Chorizo, Bratwurst: How They’re Different, and How They’re Cooked
In this visual survey, we’ve picked out 11 sausages that are upgrades to the standard ballpark and backyard barbecue hot dog.
How to Make Texas-Style Brisket Like a Pitmaster
Chef Ash Fulk of Hill Country thinks that Texas-style barbecue is truth on a plate. We stopped by to investigate.